Of course it is nice if articles are read a lot. But that doesn’t say everything about its value. Otherwise, we would only publish articles about trends and language errors. Some articles appeal to a large group of readers, while others appeal to a niche.In the editorial department, we use a formula to express the value of articles in one metric . It contains elements such as page views and engagement. We would like to share a number of articles that received Argentina WhatsApp Number List a high score this year (not listed in order of score).
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We would also like to highlight a number of articles that made our editorial heart beat faster. Again, not in order of importance.UX writing for government corona apps – An app that a broad group will use, without the users really wanting it. Find the right tone for that and write the right texts! Dave de Geus gives an Argentina WhatsApp Number List look behind the scenes.5 arguments for not aiming for text at B1 level – You hear more and more about the guideline to write texts at B1 level. But what does that mean? Marlous ten Berge wrote a startling piece about it that generated an interesting discussion and made us look at B1 from a different perspective.
Government communication back to basics: let’s talk about our principles – There is a lot going wrong in the whole system of politics and government – communication cannot be Argentina WhatsApp Number List corrected. So what can communication professionals do? Renata Verloop proposes that they should stop chasing after administrators and the organization and – with them – should stand much more firmly in front of the citizen. So back to basics.
From Black Friday to Fair Friday: luckily these Argentina WhatsApp Number List brands do things differently – We now have a nice series with articles about Black Friday . In addition to tips and tactics, we also need to take a critical look at this shopping spree. Steff van Dorp inspired us with companies that take a slightly different approach10 online design trends for 2022: from 50s fonts to math diamonds – Désirée Battjes has been predicting online design trends for 10(!) years. And every year with humor and flair! A real joy to read and watch. This year she wrote the article with colleague Roel van der Geest and she discusses, among other things, f*ck-you fluor and the revival of the QR code.